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Miss Charlie (#46872799)
 member for 9 years, 9 months, 27 days
Thomas & Lucille Haslam
The Cataumet cemetery has been extensively photographed, and a website created with genealogical information. The Haslam's grave can be viewed here. Click on the name for more information.

These photos belong to someone else so I don't feel right adding them to Find A Grave, but the link could be added to their memorial.

Added by GenieQueen on May 28, 2016 9:37 AM

Tracy Price
RE: John C. Hargreaves
Sorry about the confusion. This memorial has apparently been "merged" with another by an Admin. Yes the photographs of the headstone were taken in Oak Ridge Cemetery. I have added that information to the memorial. Thanks

Added by Tracy Price on Apr 16, 2016 4:08 AM

Barbara L. Kirkland
Shade Place Cemetery
I'm sorry but I do not know where that cemetery is -- I suspect it is on land this couple owned so it could, and most likely is, in the woods. I do think it is in Coffee Co. though.


Added by Barbara L. Kirkland on Jun 16, 2015 4:43 PM
Edna vermell Fitchett
Her birthday is the 5th of December not the 25 th. . How I know I am her oldest daughter . Thanks for changing this Mary

Added by on Mar 28, 2015 2:55 PM

Judie Custer
RE: Stella & Ben Thorp
I am so happy I could help you. I know it is not a small thing. I've been on the receiving end of photo requests and that's why I became a volunteer so I could pay it forward. Take care!

Added by Judie Custer on Mar 18, 2015 3:07 PM

Charles Ellis Walden
His mother was Rebecca Duncan. She was window of James Miller (d:1830) and she married Chas Walden in abt 1834. Don't know when she was born but I believe that she died in about 1847. Chas Walden and Rebecca were parents of:

John T Walden
1835 1864

Hardy J. Walden
1837 1907

Susan Caroline Walden
1839 1906

Elizabeth Walden

Charles Ellis Walden
1846 1918

James Miller and Rebecca were parents of Rebecca "Becky" Miller (abt 1825 to 26 Sept 1883). She apparently she married her half brother Hardy Walden.

Your webpage omits John T Walden. He was killed at the battle of Cold Harbor on 1 Jun 1864. You should add him.

Added by Jrigdon on Dec 15, 2014 6:02 PM

Nancy Johnson Walden
Correction: She was SECOND wife of Charles E Walden.

Added by Jrigdon on Dec 15, 2014 10:25 AM

Nancy Johnson Walden

Nancy Johnson Walden was first wife of my 3rd g grand father. I have Dec 1829 birthdate for her in my family tree. Not SURE that it is correct but 1860 census says that she is 30 years old so 1829 is probably correct.

Added by Jrigdon on Dec 15, 2014 10:22 AM

RE: Kenneth E. Kinsey 92430362
Photo is uploaded. Thank you for making room. Love posting tombstones and happy to do it.

Added by TombstoneChavers on Oct 30, 2014 2:11 PM

Kenneth E. Kinsey 92430362
I have his tombstone photo to post but you are at the limit of photos allowed. If you would like me to post it please let me know when space is available. Thank you.

Added by TombstoneChavers on Oct 28, 2014 11:13 AM

RE: Mary Doris Jenkins Campbell
You are correct - Doris (she went by her middle name) and her husband (your grandmother's brother) lived in Cocoa Beach FL. My grandmother told me that Doris ran a dress shop there. Her husband died in 1962 and then Teddy (as he was called) died in 1963. It was a strange incident and was often a topic of discussion in our family. Teddy was in the Air Force and was on a plane that flew out of Dover in September 1963. The plane was lost and never recovered. I had always heard that it was one of the planes lost in the Bermuda Triangle but I'm not sure if that's true.

I do have a copy of Doris's death certificate but not sure how I can get it to you. Maybe I can attach it to her memorial as a picture? I will try.

Added by susancatherine on Oct 08, 2014 5:04 PM

Raymond B.
Zoe Frances Blackshear
Thank you for the obituary. Much appreciated! :-)

Added by Raymond B. on Oct 04, 2014 8:26 PM

RE: Mary Doris Jenkins Campbell
Oh my goodness, I am so sorry for the long delay in responding to your message! I read it but did not "file" it in my brain. I simply forgot! I am so sorry.

Mary Doris (she went by Doris) was my grandmother's sister. I never had the pleasure to meet her as she died several years before I was born. My grandmother loved her so much! She did tell me that Doris was married twice, but I don't remember too much of what she told me about her first marriage. I didn't know his name was Ted, but that makes sense considering her son's name was Ted (Teddy). I will do some looking to see if I have anything that may interest you. Have a good day!

Added by susancatherine on Sep 13, 2014 10:05 AM

Wanda Arnold
RE: James Arnold
Dear Cheryl, I will continue to search for this 1920 James Arnold.

William and Hester Murray Arnold's son John J. Arnold lived into adulthood and he never married. In his Grandfather James Arnold's estate settlement, John received his father William's portion.

Added by Wanda Arnold on Sep 12, 2014 8:41 PM

Wanda Arnold
RE: James Arnold
Thank you Cheryl for all you do, it is appreciated.

Added by Wanda Arnold on Sep 12, 2014 8:26 PM

Jim Thomas
RE: Saumel Walden
I originally thought the Waldens were buried in the Bonaud plot. I didn't see the name Walden at the bottom of the family marker.
Are the Waldens related to the Bonauds? I assume that the B. in Marie B. Walden's name stands for Bonaud. There were six Bonaud family members in the same plot so my wife and I took pictures of all of them and are in the process of posting them on Find A Grave.

Jim Thomas

Added by Jim Thomas on Aug 05, 2014 9:15 AM

RE: Megathin
They are all in route to you now. Glad I could help. There are so many more in that little old cemetery with that name. Must have a lot of ancestors in Harwich Ma.


Added by DP NJ on Jul 18, 2014 10:40 AM

Hello. I am staying in a motel directly across from Old Harwich Cemetery and took pictures of Myra Megathin's very old and weathered head stone. While I was there I took pictures of Everett, Ruth Gorden, Allen, and William. There are so many more. I will add Myra's headstone picture when I return to New Jersey later next week. If you wish, I send send the other pictures to you since none of them are showing on Find-a-Grave.


Added by DP NJ on Jul 15, 2014 5:44 AM

William Johnson
RE: Charles & Clio Hargraves
No problem! I'm glad it was readable; so many of the older stones are unreadable it's a shame. Glad to help!

Added by William Johnson on Jun 10, 2014 9:25 PM

barbara brown
RE: William Leroy Miller
Yes you have all of them now. When I first looked I didn't see William in with the siblings.

Thank you putting things together for his family.


Added by barbara brown on Jun 09, 2014 3:46 PM

barbara brown
RE: William Leroy Miller

Added by barbara brown on Jun 08, 2014 4:06 PM

barbara brown
RE: William Leroy Miller
Thank you for letting me know. Do you have the death info for 4 of his childrens? If I can help in any way letf me know.

Added by barbara brown on Jun 08, 2014 4:00 PM

barbara brown
RE: William Leroy Miller
I don't remember the name of the cemetery. He was living in Pulaski, TN (Giles County) when he passed away and was buried there somewhere. Hope this helps you.

Added by barbara brown on May 27, 2014 11:19 PM

Theodore R. McDaniel SR

I'm Jackson, and it was my privilege to provide images of the headstone for 'Ted' McDaniel Sr.
I have no idea where this soul fits in your family or if you are one of those angels who create memorials for non-family members, but I would like to point out a slight discrepancy in the off-chance you hadn't noticed: The memorial lists Date of Birth as 25 Sept 1898, while the headstone lists it as 25 Sept 1901.

In trying to determine the meaning of RMC on the headstone, I did note that his son (Ted Jr.) was lost at sea when the military plane he was a crew member of went down during a storm.

Keep Up The Good Work!


Added by Trackerjack on Apr 20, 2014 2:01 PM

RE: William Hargraves
Hello Miss Charlie,
Thank you for the kind words. When I first joined Find a Grave I had a very kind contributor go out of her way to help me with some of my family in South Carolina ( she didn't know me) and I was astonished at her hard word and kindness. I asked what I could do to repay her and her response was, Pay it forward. I have tried very hard to pay it forward and repay her kindness. That is what makes Find a Grave work. We have to pay it forward and work together. Good luck on your searches.


Added by Johnny on Apr 15, 2014 12:07 PM


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